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What to ,fold,: Anything that can easily stretch out, such as sweaters, knits, T-shirts and sweats, should be folded rather than hung, because ,folding, puts less stress on these materials. Sturdy items like denim, cords and khakis also do well folded. What to hang: Garments that wrinkle easily, like suits, dresses, blouses, dress shirts and anything made of pure linen, are best kept on hangers.
First, let’s consider the making-a-point-in-fabric problem as it applies to a single layer of fabric. I find that to get a ,neat,, crisp, and well-formed point in a single fabric layer (such as when forming a patch pocket, or the end of a placket, or any other stitched-down sort of detail), simply ,folding, the fabric as needed is the obvious way.
13/3/2012, · This is a ,neat, trick (I learnt it decades ago and with the old Swedish army raincoat). For garments with no hood I simply ,fold, them in thirds lenght-wise, ,fold, the bottom double (say 20-25 cm), and then roll/,fold, the rest of the garment from the other end. The folded up bottom end forms a pocket, jut like you use the hood.
Fold, in each sleeve horizontally, so that the cuffs cross over the middle of the back. Take care not to ,fold, in the shirt’s side seams. ,Fold, the sides to the middle ,Fold, in both sleeves again, this time bringing the shirt’s side seams in evenly from shoulder to hem, so they meet under the …
Fold, your pants in half on and lay them on the bottom of the folder. Use the included ,folding, sheet to ,fold, any shirts or tops you have ,neatly,. It’s just like the stores do it. Lay the thin plastic card on the back of your shirt and ,fold, the sleeves over the sides. Flip up the bottom of the shirt and remove the card.
Clothing, Stores Employees: How Do You ,Fold, Clothes ,Neatly, Standing Up? I've been working at a ,clothing, store for the past three days, and still can't figure out ,how to fold, various clothes in a way that looks good on the shelf, with the print sticking out, and taking little space.
Fold, the pocket square diagonally and very slightly off-center, so that one corner lies just to the left of the other. ,Fold, the bottom left corner diagonally up across the ,fold,, finishing with the point of the corner to the right of the top two corners. ,Fold, the bottom right corner similarly to …
21/10/2016, · Rather than ,folding, and stacking your softer, thinner clothes, simply ,fold, them in half and roll them into ,neat, little tubes. Tuck your rolled ,clothing, into shoe boxes (great for sliding into drawers), or use wire baskets or clear bins (perfect for shelves). Pro Tip: Learn ,how to fold, …